Tropical Cooking: Home-Cooked Meals - The Best You Can Eat At Home
I'm featuring Philippine dishes that you can also cook at home. Call me an avant garde cook. Innovation in cooking is the 'in thing' nowadays and I am inspired with the term that I used to modify the usual recipes, from simple to complicated in order to suit with the occasion or simple gathering at home.
I'm not the only one contributing ideas whenever we cook meals at home. Once, the aroma of what you're cooking reached your neighbor, they will know what's cookin' in your kitchen.
True enough, the Filipino hospitality will prevail as part of their meals will also be shared to you, expecting you to do your part. Share what you have in there, all with good intentions.
Note: All photos will speak for itself. From savory, appetizing and mouth-watering dishes, I assure you that you'll also imitate what I've done here. I didn't use the recipe capsule yet, but you can easily cook it.
If you're not satisfied with what I wrote here, you can also follow the link of my Food Page on Facebook, at freewebs.com and Blogger.com as I've watermarked it on my shared photos.
Personals: There's so much to thank in compiling these photos featuring homecooked meals or LUTONG-BAHAY...Ate Helen & Paulo, Onong & Ebing, Ada & Nolan, Nina & Mike as they opened up their kitchens to me, featuring their "specialties", much to the delight of Tropical Joe's supporters.
Side Dishes, Beverages and my Tropical Cooking Network
- Tropical Joe - My Food Network in Tropical Cooking a...
This hubber is fond of taking photos on any subject that interests him. Food is not an exception. He's one of those food trippers, as your may call him, who always wanted a share of souvenir at the food he cooks, eats and share with family and...
- Tropical Cooking with Travel Man - 1st Beverage: Hom...
The aroma of cocoa drink will usually wake you up in the early morn. You will never resist its taste as you dip slices of toasted bread on it or eating a glutinous rice product (as in ibos or latik) that is suited on this drink.
- Tropical Cooking with Travel Man: Appetizer/Side Dis...
This is an alternative salad that is nutty to the taste. The dill weed added it's flavor to the cottony feel of hibiscus petals that are edible to eat.
Main Dish Samples on Tropical Cooking
- Tropical Cooking with Travel Man: 1st Main Dish - Dr...
Tropical Cooking is an innovation of this hubber, travelman1971, in order to distinguish his hubs featuring home cooking in the Philippines. The first installment features LAING, the most-sought-after regional dish in the Bicol Region.
- Tropical Cooking with Travel Man: 2nd Dish - Fish in...
My 2nd tropical dish is belt fish (langkoy) in vinegar, garnished with tomatoes, ginger lily (Kamias)and spices. It is usually served during lunchtime over a hot, steaming white rice.
- Tropical Cooking with Travel Man: 3rd Main Dish - Ch...
We had a great time cooking this dish. The first step is to get the chicken in the evening. As the chicken resisted, my mother already prepared the boiling water. And lo! The array of events happened in the kitchen until it was cooked already, ready
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